Kent

Kent, English maritime county in the extreme SE.; lies between the Thames estuary and the Strait of Dover, with Surrey and Sussex on the W.; it is hilly, with marshes in the SE. and on the Thames shore; is watered by the Medway, Stour, and Darent; has beautiful scenery, rich pasturage, and fine agricultural land, largely under hops and market-gardens; a large part of London is in Kent; Maidstone (32) is the county town; Rochester (26) and Canterbury (23) are cathedral cities; Woolwich (99), Gravesend (35), and Dover (33) are seaports, and Margate and Ramsgate watering-places.

Population (circa 1900) given as 1,142,000.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Kensington * Kentigern, St.
Kempis, Thomas à
Ken, Thomas
Kendal
Kenia, Mount
Kenilworth
Kennaquhair
Kennedy, Benjamin Hall
Kennicott, Benjamin
Kensal Green
Kensington
Kent
Kentigern, St.
Kentish Fire
Kentucky
Kepler, John
Kepler's Laws
Keppel, Augustus, Viscount
Ker, Dr. John
Keratin
Kerguelen's Land
Kerman

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Antique pictures of Kent

Kent in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

Links here from Chalmers

Abbot, George
Abbot, Robert [No. 3]
Able, Thomas
Alexander [No. 4]
Alfred, The Great
Amherst, Jeffery, Lord Amherst
Amhurst, Nicholas
Annesley, Samuel
Arnold, John
Assheton, Dr. William
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